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*TW mentions of m*rder*


I can’t really believe I’m sat here having to write this. 


Within the UK alone, more than 100 womxn have been killed by men this year so far. 


Women should feel safe anywhere such as their homes, bars, clubs, music venues and walking home.

Women should not endlessly be thinking of ways to manage their safety, causing mental gymnastics while trying to work and live.

We learn to carry keys at night, always have an accessible phone at all times to call/text friends when getting into taxis, never leaving drinks unattended etc. 


I am so saddened by the story of 28 year old school teacher Sabina Nessa, who was walking home through the park in Kidbrooke, South East, London at 8.30 pm, where she was attacked and murdered. The lack of media coverage of this case is concerning. My thoughts and love goes to her and all women’s family and friends, I simply cannot imagine the pain they’re going through. 


This has prompted me to release A4 prints of my work called ‘A Walk Home’ which I drew in March 2012 after 33 year old, Sarah Everard, was murdered by a Metropolitian Police officer while she was walking home from a friends home.


Proceeds from sales will go to aid the work of two charities, White Ribbon UK and Woman’s Aid. 


White Ribbon UK ( is a leading charity that engages with men and boys to end violence against women, stopping violence before it starts. Working with supporters, ambassadors, organisations and policy makers to raise awareness, educate and campaign to bring important change. 


Women’s Aid ( is a grassroots federation that provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated, saving lives, helping survivors, campaigning, educating and informing and public awareness.


Something needs to change.

Women deserve to walk the streets knowing they will make it home.

End violence against women. 

Livid Artist x

A4 ‘A Walk Home’ print

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